The Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, the only track to feature a figure-of-eight layout and the scene of many, many historic moments in Formula 1 – Senna clinched all 3 of his world titles here for starters… and as tracks go, Suzuka is a challenge – and a good one at that.  It’s fast, there’s plenty of overtaking places and with many of the corners, drivers are rewarded for being right on the limit… and punished if they go too far – great stuff!

Here’s the lowdown for what’s on when – it’s only live on Sky this weekend, but being as it’s at an unsociable hour, the BBC’s highlights programmes are at a very attractive lunchtime viewing slot.  Perfect.

Whether it’s Live on Sky or BBC highlights for you this weekend, keep it on Badger GP folks, here to further your enjoyment of Formula 1.

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Thursday October 4th:

  • 7:00 am: Drivers’ Press Conference – Live on Sky
  • 7.30 pm: Britain’s Next F1 Star (new Sky F1 programme)

Friday October 5th:

  • 1:45 am: F1 Practice One – Live on Sky
  • 5:45 am: F1 Practice Two – Live on Sky
  • 8:00 am: Team Principals’ Press Conference – Live on Sky
  • 10:00 am: The F1 Show – Live on Sky

Saturday October 6th:

  • 2:45 am: F1 Practice Three – Live on Sky
  • 5:00 am: Japanese GP Qualifying– Live on Sky
    • Session starts at 6am
  • 1:00 pm: Japanese GP Qualifying – highlights on the BBC

Sunday October 7th:

  • 5:30 am: The 2012 Japanese Grand Prix– Live on Sky
    • Race starts at 7am
  • 2:00 pm: Japanese GP Highlights on the BBC

Go here to see all the times for every session of every grand prix weekend in 2012 in one handy page.